New Items - German Vehicles & Aircraft 28mm 1/56 Scale

Welcome to our Range of 1/56 Scale German Tanks & Aircraft

   

Panzer III G - 28mm 1/56 Scale

The Panzer III became obsolete in this role and for most purposes was supplanted by the Panzer IV. From 1942, the last version of Panzer III mounted the 7.5 cm KwK 37 L/24, better suited for infantry support. Production of the Panzer III ended in 1943. However, the Panzer III's capable chassis provided hulls for the Sturmgeschütz III until the end of the war.

Supplied unpainted - £20

   

Panzer III J - 28mm 1/56 Scale

The Panzer III became obsolete in this role and for most purposes was supplanted by the Panzer IV. From 1942, the last version of Panzer III mounted the 7.5 cm KwK 37 L/24, better suited for infantry support. Production of the Panzer III ended in 1943. However, the Panzer III's capable chassis provided hulls for the Sturmgeschütz III until the end of the war.

Supplied unpainted - £20

   

Panzer IV G - 28mm 1/56 Scale

The Panzer IV was not originally intended to engage enemy armor—that function was performed by the lighter Panzer III. However, with the flaws of pre-war doctrine becoming apparent and in the face of SovietT-34 tanks, the Panzer IV soon assumed the tank-fighting role of its increasingly obsolete cousin. The most widely manufactured and deployed German tank of the Second World War, the Panzer IV was used as the base for many other fighting vehicles, including the Sturmgeschütz IV assault gun, Jagdpanzer IV tank destroyer, the Wirbelwind self-propelled anti-aircraft weapon, and the Brummbär self-propelled gun.

Supplied unpainted - £22

   

Neu 250/1 Halftrack 28mm 1/56 Scale

The Sd.Kfz.250 was a light armoured halftrack, very similar in appearance to the larger Hanomag-designed Sd.Kfz. 251, and built by the DEMAG firm, for use by Nazi Germany in World War II.

Supplied unpainted - £20

   

Marder 2 - 28mm 1/56 Scale

The Marder II came in two major versions. The first version Marder II (Sd.Kfz. 132) was based on the light Panzer II Ausf. D/E and Flammpanzer II chassis with Christie suspension. It was armed with captured Soviet 7.62 cm guns, re-chambered to accept German 7.5 cm Pak 40 ammunition, which improved its penetrative capabilities. These early Marder IIs had a very high silhouette (2.60 m high), thin armor of only 30 mm (front) and 10 to 15 mm (sides). There was no armour on the top or rear, leaving the crew with very little protection. Alkett and Wegmann produced 201 Marder II (Sd. Kfz. 132) from early 1942 to early 1943.

Supplied Unpainted = £20.00

   

Maus 28mm 1/56 Scale

Panzerkampfwagen VIII Maus The complete vehicle was 10.2 metres (33 ft 6 in) long, 3.71 metres (12 ft 2 in) wide and 3.63 metres (11.9 ft) tall. Weighing 200 metric tons, the Maus's main armament was a 128 mm KwK 44 L/55 gun (55 calibers long barrel), based on the 12.8 cm Pak 44 anti-tank artillery piece also used in the casemate-type Jagdtiger tank destroyer, with an added coaxial 75 mm gun. The 128 mm gun was powerful enough to destroy all enemy armored fighting vehicles at close or medium ranges, and even some at ranges exceeding 3,500 metres

Supplied Unpainted = £49.99

   

Panzer II 28mm 1/56 Scale

The Panzer II was designed before the experience of the Spanish Civil War of 1936-39 showed that shell-proof armor was required for tanks to survive on a modern battlefield. Prior to that, armor was designed to stop machinegun fire and High Explosive shell fragments.The Panzer II A, B, and C had 14 mm of slightly sloped homogenous steel armor on the sides, front, and back, with 10 mm of armor on the top and bottom. Many IIC were given increased armor in the front. Starting with the D model, the front armor was increased to 30 mm. The Model F had 35 mm front armour and 20 mm side armor.

Supplied Unpainted = £20

   

SIG 33 SPG 28mm 1/56 Scale

The prototype used a standard Panzer II Ausf. B chassis when it was built in February 1941, but this was too cramped for use. The chassis was lengthened by 60 centimetres (24 in), which required adding a sixth roadwheel, and widened by 32 centimetres (13 in) to better accommodate the gun while preserving its low silhouette.

The 15-centimetre (5.9 in) SIG 33 gun, for which 30 rounds were carried, could traverse a total of 5° left and right and used a Rblf36 sight.

Supplied Unpainted = £22

   

Panzer 4 Ausf F1 28mm 1/56 Scale

Production of the Panzer IV Ausf. F started. It featured 50 mm (1.97 in) single-plate armor on the turret and hull, as opposed to the appliqué armor added to the Ausf. E and a further increase in side armor to 30 mm (1.18 in). The weight of the vehicle was now 22.3 tonnes (24.6 short tons), which required a corresponding modification of track width from 380 to 400 mm (14.96 to 15.75 in) to reduce ground pressure.

Supplied Unpainted = £22

 

   

Panzer 4 Ausf F2 28mm 1/56 Scale

The Ausf. F tanks that received the new, longer, KwK 40 L/43 gun were temporary named Ausf. F2 (with the designation Sd.Kfz. 161/1). The tank increased in weight to 23.6 tonnes (26.0 short tons). Three months after beginning production, the Panzer IV Ausf. F2 was renamed Ausf. G.

Supplied Unpainted = £22

   

8.8cm Flak 36 28mm 1/56 Scale

Entered service 1936–37. It could engage ground targets from the traveling position. Its weight was seven tonnes. Its rate of fire was 15 to 20 rounds per minute. It was produced by Krupp. It was subsequently fitted with a shield to protect the crew when engaging ground targets. 8.8 cm KwK 36: The main gun of the PzKw VI Ausf. E tank. Despite its designation, some classify it as a parallel development with very similar specifications rather than a derivative of the Flak 36.

Supplied Unpainted = £22

   

Sd.Kfz. 7 - 28mm 1/56 Scale 

The Sd.Kfz. 7 was a half-track military vehicle used by the German Wehrmacht Heer, Luftwaffe and Waffen-SS during the Second World War. (Sd.Kfz. is an abbreviation of the German word Sonderkraftfahrzeug, "special purpose vehicle". A longer designation is Sd.Kfz. 7 mittlerer Zugkraftwagen 8t, "medium towing motor vehicle 8t".)

Supplied Unpainted = £22

 

   

SdKfz. 231 - 28mm 1/56 Scale

Loosely based on the hull of the Sd.Kfz 231/6-Rad vehicle. The hull was modified to swap the main driver & reverse driver/radio operator positions in order to place the engine at the rear and the 3 axle truck chassis replaced with a pair of 2 axle 4 wheel trucks, for an eight-wheeled, all wheel drive, all wheel steering chassis to improve off road capabilities and maneuverability. The turret was also altered to a hexagonal shape for increased internal volume. Armament was unchanged.

Supplied Unpainted = £22

   

SdKfz. 222 - 28mm 1/56 Scale

This version of the vehicle was armed with a 2 cm KwK 30 L/55 autocannon and a 7.92 mm MG34 machine gun. Crew increased to three by the addition of a gunner, relieving the commander of that task. Some versions included a 28 mm anti-tank cannon.

 

Supplied Unpainted = £20

   
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StuG III Ausf. G 28mm 1/56 Scale

There where 8423 StuG III Ausf. G produced, 142 built on Panzer III Ausf. M chassis, 173 converted from Panzer III): The final and by far the most common of the StuG series. Upper superstructure was widened: welded boxes on either sides were abandoned. This new superstructure design increased its height to 2160mm. Backside wall of the fighting compartment got straightened, and ventilation fan on top of the superstructure was relocated to the back of fighting compartment.

Supplied Unpainted = £20

   
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StuH 42 28mm 1/56 Scale

In 1942, a variant of the StuG III Ausf. F was designed with a 105 mm (4.1 in) howitzer instead of the 7.5 cm StuK 40 L/43 cannon. These new vehicles, designated StuH 42 (Sturmhaubitze 42, Sd.Kfz 142/2), were designed to provide infantry support with the increased number of StuG III Ausf. F/8 and Ausf. Gs being used in the anti-tank role. The StuH 42 mounted a variant of the 10.5 cm leFH 18howitzer, modified to be electrically fired and fitted with a muzzle brake.

Supplied Unpainted = £20

   
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Panzer II Flamm "Flamingo" 28mm 1/56 Scale

Based on the same suspension as the Ausf. D and Ausf. E tank versions, the Flamm (also known as "Flamingo") used a new turret mounting a single MG34 machine gun, and two remotely controlled flamethrowers mounted in small turrets at each front corner of the vehicle. Each flamethrower could cover the front 180° arc, while the turret traversed 360°.

Supplied Unpainted = £20


   

251/Ausf C - 28mm 1/56 Scale

The Ausf C model had a large production run, but was quite complex to build, involving many angled plates that gave reasonable protection from small arms fire and remained in production upto early 1943.

Supplied Unpainted = £20

   

Panzer II Ausf F - 28mm 1/56 Scale

Continuing the conventional design of the Ausf. C, the Ausf. F was designed as a reconnaissance tank and served in the same role as the earlier models.

There was some minor alteration of the suspension and a new commander's cupola as well.

Supplied Unpainted = £20

   

StuG III Ausf. G 28mm in Zimmerit - 1/56 Scale

There where 8423 StuG III Ausf. G produced, 142 built on Panzer III Ausf. M chassis, 173 converted from Panzer III): The final and by far the most common of the StuG series. Upper superstructure was widened: welded boxes on either sides were abandoned. This model is fitted with Schützen and has Zimmerit paste applied to the main body of the vehicle.

Supplied Unpainted = £22

 
   

251/Ausf D - 28mm 1/56 Scale

From early 1943, the D model was developed with the purpose of halving the number of angled body plates, simplifying the design and thus speeding up the production. D models can be easily recognized by their single piece sloping rear (with flat doors)

Supplied Unpainted = £20

   

Pzr38t - 28mm 1/56 Scale

The Panzerkampfwagen 38(t) was originally a Czech tank of pre-World War II design. After Czechoslovakia was taken over by Germany, it was adopted by the German Army, seeing service in the invasions of Poland, France and Russia. Production ended in 1942, when its armament was deemed inadequate. In all, over 1400 were manufactured.

 **Model comes with a metal turned barrel as standard**

Supplied Unpainted = £22

   

251/Ausf C Variants - 28mm 1/56 Scale

The Ausf C model had a large production run, but was quite complex to build, involving many angled plates that gave reasonable protection from small arms fire and remained in production upto early 1943.

This kit allows you to build one complete 251/8 or 251/10 variant and contains 13 spare accessories as shown.

Supplied Unpainted = £22

   

Neu 250/10 Halftrack 28mm 1/56 Scale

The Sd.Kfz.250 was a light armoured halftrack, very similar in appearance to the larger Hanomag-designed Sd.Kfz. 251, and built by the DEMAG firm, for use by Nazi Germany in World War II. This model featured a 37mm light anti-tank gun.

 

Supplied unpainted - £20

   

Panzer 1 Ausf B 28mm 1/56 Scale

The Panzer I was a light tank produced in Germany in the 1930s. The name is short for the German Panzerkampfwagen I ("armored fighting vehicle mark I"), abbreviated PzKpfw I.

Supplied unpainted - £20

**tank commander not included**

   

Panzer 3 Ausf E 28mm 1/56 Scale

In December of 1938, Ausf E (4-serie) entered production and 96 were produced by Daimler-Benz, Henschel and MAN when production ended in October of 1939 (chassis numbers 60401-60496). It was the first PzKpfw III that was produced in significant number.

Supplied unpainted - £20

**tank commander not included**

   

Panzer 3 Ausf F 28mm 1/56 Scale

In September of 1939, another new variant – Ausf F (5-serie) entered production. Until July of 1940, 435 were produced by Daimler-Benz, Henschel, MAN, Alkett and FAMO.

Supplied unpainted - £20

**tank commander not included**

   
platoon

Panzer 1 Ausf B 28mm 1/56 Scale x 3

This is for 3 x Panzer 1 vehicles

Supplied unpainted - £60

**tank commander not included**

   
platoon

Panzer 3 Ausf E 28mm 1/56 Scale x 3

This is for 3 x Panzer 3 Ausf E vehicles

Supplied unpainted - £60

**tank commander not included**

   
platoon

Panzer 3 Ausf F 28mm 1/56 Scale x 3

This is for 3 x Panzer 3 Ausf E vehicles

Supplied unpainted - £60

**tank commander not included**

   

Junker 87 b2 - Stuka - 1/56 Scale

The Ju 87 B series was to be the first mass-produced variant.

This model comes complete with under carriage bombs

This is for 1 x Aircraft and includes a clear canopy and transfers

Out of production

 
   

Sd.Kfz. 7 with tarpauline- 28mm 1/56 Scale 

The Sd.Kfz. 7 was a half-track military vehicle used by the German Wehrmacht Heer, Luftwaffe and Waffen-SS during the Second World War. (Sd.Kfz. is an abbreviation of the German word Sonderkraftfahrzeug, "special purpose vehicle". This variant is the last vehicle built and includes a tarpauline for transporting

Supplied Unpainted = £22

   

Perry Miniatures

GWW 3 German tank crew supplied unpainted

Price per set - £7.00

 

   

Perry Miniatures

GWW 7 Marder II crew.

These can be also be used for other artillery crew and self propelled guns. Please note that they are not sold with bases.

Price per set - £7.00

   

Panther Ausf A - 28mm 1/56 Scale 

The Panther was a German medium tank deployed during World War II on the Eastern and Western Fronts in Europe from mid-1943 to its end in 1945. It had the ordnance inventory designation of Sd.Kfz. 171. Until 27 February 1944, it was designated as the Panzerkampfwagen V Panther when Hitler ordered that the Roman numeral "V" be deleted. Contemporary English language reports sometimes refer to it as the Mark V.

Supplied Unpainted = £22

   

Panther Ausf A in zimmerit - 28mm 1/56 Scale 

The Panther was a German medium tank deployed during World War II on the Eastern and Western Fronts in Europe from mid-1943 to its end in 1945. It had the ordnance inventory designation of Sd.Kfz. 171. Until 27 February 1944, it was designated as the Panzerkampfwagen V Panther when Hitler ordered that the Roman numeral "V" be deleted. Contemporary English language reports sometimes refer to it as the Mark V.

**Comes complete with side skirts and MG's**

Supplied Unpainted = £22

 

 

 
 
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